Live updates from Cyncoed Campus as Cardiff Metropolitan host Carmarthen Town. After Aberystwyth overtook them to go top of the Play-Off Conference, Cardiff Met will want a victory over Carmarthen this afternoon. Carmarthen have their own plans though. A win today for The Old Gold
Embed from Getty Images Mark ‘Jonah’ Jones is shortly expected to name his Wales C squad for their upcoming Challenge Match against England this month. England boss Paul Fairclough has already named his squad with Southern League forward Brandon Goodship a surprise call-up, as the
Greg Draper may be finding it hard to get a start for The New Saints, but that hasn’t affected his goal-scoring prowess… He came off the bench for The New Saints last night to complete the rout for Scott Ruscoe’s side, scoring in the 80th
Embed from Getty Images Former Welsh Premier League forward Christian Doidge has returned to League Two side Forest Green Rovers from Bolton Wanderers. The 26-year-old had been on loan at the Championship side since August and had a £1m move agreed with the Gloucestershire side.
The Welsh Premier League has its first set of fixtures of the New Year, with a number of festive period doubleheaders taking place. Aberystwyth Town lost twice to Newtown whilst Cardiff Metropolitan secured a shock result over league leaders Barry Town United yesterday. But despite
Gavin Chesterfield was ecstatic that his side continued their perfect start at home in the JD Welsh Premier League – with Carmarthen Town being the latest side to fall casualty at their Jenner Park fortress.
Barry Town United returned to third of the table, after beating Carmarthen Town at a windy Jenner Park Stadium. Chris Hugh’s first goal of the season, gave Gavin Chesterfield’s men, their fifth consecutive home victory. The Old Gold have now lost all four of their
Some Photos from tonight’s game @AberystwythTown v @LlanelliTownAFC Score 3-1 @WPL_Official pic.twitter.com/B11dJuCT9i — Colin Ewart (@ColinEwart3) August 31, 2018 The Welsh Premier League sprung up a number of surprises on Matchday Four, with each team now suffering defeat this season. One of the biggest
Carmarthen Town host Llandudno FC this afternoon at Richmond Park in the JD Welsh Premier League. It has been a summer of change for both sides, as both teams made a raft of changes to their squads this season. Carmarthen boss Neil Smothers has added